Beam Clamps

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Domestic Beam Clamp

Figure: 350, 353, 354, 355, 356, & 357

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the top flange of a beam or bar joist, where the flange thickness does not exceed 3/4” (19.05mm). The open U design permits rod adjustment. The universal design of the 3/8” Fig. 353 allows it to be used in an inverted position on the bottom flange of a beam as well.t.

Domestic Wide Mouth Beam Clamp

Figure: 363 & 364

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the top flange of a beam or bar joist, where the flange thickness does not exceed 11/4 inches (31.75mm). The open U design permits rod adjustment.

Import Beam Clamp

Figure: 350

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the top flange of a beam or bar joist, where the flange thickness does not exceed 3/4 inch (19.05mm). The open U design permits rod adjustment.

Import Wide Mouth Beam Clamp

Figure: 360

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the top flange of a beam or bar joist, where the flange thickness does not exceed 11/4 inches (31.75mm). The open U design permits rod adjustment.

Malleable Iron C-Clamp

Figure: 270

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the bottom flange of a beam. The hanger rod should make contact with the beam flange to ensure full engagement.

Purlin Clamp

Figure: 290

Function

Designed for use with large-lip rolled steel purlins to eliminate the need to modify steel purlin for standard C-clamp.

Retaining Strap For Fig. 250 & 270

Figure: 259

Function

Designed for use with Fig. 250, 250-1, 270 and 270-1 to eliminate possible movement of the beam clamp due to vibration.n.

Retaining Strap For Fig. 345, 350, & 360

Figure: 359

Function

Designed for use with Fig. 345, Fig. 350, and Fig. 360 to offer more secure fastening of beam clamps to beam where seismic protection is provided.

Standard Duty & Heavy Duty Center Load Beam Clamps

Figure: 610 & 620

Function

Designed to be used in the suspension of a hanger rod from the center of an I-beam. The clamp’s design allows the load to be distributed equally on either side of the beam. Normally used in conjunction with Fig. 50 eye rod (standard only), Fig. 55 welded eye rod or Fig. 35 weldless eye nut.

Steel C-Clamps

Figure: 250

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to the bottom flange of a beam. The hanger rod should make contact with the beam flange to ensure full engagement.